But area First Nations claim the time for talk is over after the B.C. government approved the massive $8.8-billion project
Environmental group campaign director said controversial project “will go down as most expensive mistake in B.C.’s history”
Agreement between Crown utility, LNG Canada consortium the first signed with LNG proponent in B.C.
BC Hydro estimates it will cost $7.9 billion to build dam on Peace River; critics say price tag sure to grow
CanWEA wants province to look at “broader range of cost-competitive clean energy options” before issuing final approval
B.C., federal governments granted environmental certificates to $8-billion Site C hydroelectric dam
Northeastern B.C. First Nation said government can have $8-billion hydro dam or LNG industry—not both
Scientist called Peace River watershed in northeastern B.C. a “Fort Knox” of ecological wealth